Receive complimentary health screenings during Detroit’s Public Health Week

The Detroit Health Department is hosting Public Health Week from April 1 to April 6, giving residents the chance to receive free health screenings and participate in activities promoting a healthy lifestyle. This year’s theme is “Centering and Celebrating Culture in Health.”

The event does not require appointments, IDs, or health insurance to participate. In collaboration with Detroit police precincts, recreation centers, and other community partners, the department will facilitate the screenings and activities. Some of the screenings offered include checks for blood pressure, glucose, cholesterol, and kidney function, HIV and syphilis testing, fitness classes, CPR training, Narcan training and kit distribution, mental health makeovers, lead screenings

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